Letters from a Hill Farm
I just love this quote. I hope you don't mind if I use it on my own blog one day. Maybe once things start popping up in the garden! :)
Of course I don't mind! I just finished listening to excerpts from May Sarton's works, and I heard many words of wisdom. I like your new candle picture!
I had never heard of May Sarton before reading that quote. I am going to have to look for something by her at the library! Thanks for the comment on my candle photo. :)
Aisling, I am currently immersing myself in May Sarton, here is an interview you may find helpful as in introduction to her:C:\Sermons 2006-2007\Sarton, May\May Sarton Interview.mht
I am changing how I post your much appreciated comments. Since I began the blog, I've waited to post them until I had the opportunity to respond. Sometimes that's taken a while, so I've decided to moderate them and post them as soon as possible, and then I'll respond when I get a chance.Also, you may comment on any posts, no matter how old, and I will receive notice.